Bluetooth questionehs.

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 3.0' started by eldavo, May 24, 2009.

  1. eldavo

    eldavo New Member

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    Ok. First, I have a Motorola H500 headset I want to test with (from dads really really old phone, lol.).

    When I go into the bluetooth tab, it searches and searches but nothing comes up. If I try and pair with my phone, it recognizes it, but cant do anything with it of course, then the device is on the tab the whole time, even if I turn the bluetooth off on my phone.

    So can I pair it? Its not popping up on the tab on bluetooth, but my phone recognises it.
  2. leadergo

    leadergo Active Member

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    On iPod Touch 2G, bluetooth is still in development. Its not 100% complete, and that why it won't detect certain devices. In the final release of 3.0, it should be working perfectly.
  3. APV

    APV Well-Known Member

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    Is that headset stereo bluetooth? because as of right now you cant attach devices as of otherwise.

    Unless apple gets smart and allows headsets to be connected to the iPod, but i Guess they wont, since its not the iPhone, which gets the most attention, after all.
  4. bamhm182

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    If they do allow you to use bluetooth headsets in the future, I'd assume it'd be in the form of a paid firmware upgrade, just because they can. I'd love to be able to use my bluetooth headset with my iPod for listening to music. I'm not 100% certain how good it would sound, but I'd use it. People would NEVER be able to see when I'm listening to music.

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    EDIT: Just had the idea to connect my headset up to my Mac Mini to see how it sounds. It doesn't sound GREAT, but I would definitely use it to listen to music just because it's 100% invisible.

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